Edmund Rice Learning Centre

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The Edmund Rice Learning Centre is the genuine expression of our belief in inclusive education. 
 
The Centre meets the specific needs of students with high-level physical and intellectual impairment through one-to-one teaching and involvement in class. Students participate in educational activities that develop independent living skills, pre-vocational skills, basic literacy and numeracy skills and assistance in the transition to work.
 
Through smaller class sizes, the curriculum works on developing foundation skills, incorporating the student’s strengths and interests.  Students are encouraged to develop sound attitudes and work habits that facilitate successful inclusion in subject areas with support.
 
In Years 11 and 12, students are able to undertake the Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement (QCIA), allowing students to be successful in demonstrating skills for living and for employment.